Dennis Stroughmatt et l’Esprit Creole takes listeners on a musical odyssey of traditional music from little-known French enclaves of “old upper Louisiana,” around Vincennes IN to the Missouri Ozarks. Recipient of numerous Fellowship and Humanities Awards,...Read More
John Mock is an artist and the ocean and its coasts are his muse. From his native New England to the shores of Ireland and Scotland, John captures in music and story the heritage of the sea. Whether appearing solo or with a symphony orchestra, John shares this heritage through...Read More
After years of success as a solo artist, Great Lakes troubadour Lee Murdock has formed a new band, Blue Horizon, adding buoyant harmonies, rhythmic undercurrents, and a swell of strings to build a sound that’s as refreshing as a splash of fresh water over the bow. Joined by...Read More
Growing up to the sounds of the Grand Ole Opry, Dennis Stroughmatt was born into country music. Friends have joked that Ray Price was his vocal coach. Hearing Ray Price’s Cherokee Cowboys booming through the stereo speakers made him want to sing and dance. He dreamed of one day...Read More
Considered a master of American roots music, Scott Ainslie brings a wealth of personal and musical history to the stage. With engaging stories he provides historical context for a repertoire of Delta Blues and ragtime guitar, gospel, and music of the banjo and fiddle traditions...Read More
Extraordinary Arts and Humanities experiences, in live folk music and storytelling.
Traditional Music, Historical Interpretation, Original, Americana, Spirituals, Creole, Musical Virtuousity, Storytelling, and more. All top-tier in their respective genre.
Coloring our niche in The Folk Arts with a broad brush, we offer to your stage and upon these pages a passionate group of musicians, writers, and artists whose work is a reflection of our shared history, our diversity, and creativity.